Recognized as one of the most “hip” and “stylish” neighborhoods by the New York Times, The Junction is a unique Toronto neighborhood – rich in history and full of opportunity.
Anchored by the intersections of Dundas Street West and Keele Street, the Junction Business Improvement Area stretches along Dundas Street West between Indian Grove and Quebec Avenue, easily accessible by public transportation.
Also recognized as an emerging arts and design district by the Toronto Press, The Junction boasts over 220 small businesses that include shopping destinations for eclectic art and design, home décor, and antiques. At night, the neighborhood comes alive as its many restaurants and bars create a buzzing nightlife.
The area is full of numerous organic food stores, juice bars, bakeries and vegan restaurants. With a variety of health and wellness options and beauty services, the Junction is not to be overlooked.
The Junction BIA hosts many popular annual events, including Toronto Design Offsite Festival in January, the CONTACT Photography Festival in May and the Summer Solstice Festival in June – as well as many smaller community events.
Come out to the Junction today, and see us where the rails meet!